Hands off Clementina


In Italy, the judiciary is separate from the political powers. So separate, in fact, that we have the Upper Council of the Magistrature (CSM), with Ds member Giorgio Napolitano as Chairman and Margherita member Nicola Mancino as Deputy Chairman. All of this in order to guarantee institutional equilibrium (in the interests of politics).
“The CSM is the Judiciary’s self-control mechanism; by making provision for the CSM, the creators aimed to guarantee the Judiciary’s autonomy and independence from other State powers, in particular from the executive.” (Wikipedia). Autonomy, independence?
The CSM consists of ten commissions. The first of these, which deals with the investigation of magistrates, is made up by: Patrono Antonio (Chairman), Vacca Letizia (Deputy Chairman), Anedda Gianfranco, Pepino Livio, Roia Mario, Arcuri Maurizio, Lignola Ferdinando, Brancaccio Matilde and Digilio Maria. A commission that is so autonomous and independent that a number of its members are also openly acknowledged as being high fliers in various parties: Vacca (Pdci), Anedda (An). What does it mean to be a high flier? Making kites for Diliberto and Fini?
The CSM should be accountable to the Italian public, not to any political party because, if it is accountable to the political parties, if it is headed up by senior party members, then certain things happen, such as Forleo being transferred, humiliated, snatched away from the Unipol investigation (involving two political parties, namely the Ds and the former Forza Italia) and accused of heaven alone knows what:
“The first commission of the Upper Council of the Magistrature unanimously resolved to institute proceedings, for reasons of incompatibility and in terms of art. 2 of the Guarantee Law, against Dr. Mariaclementina Forleo, Milan Court judge in charge of preliminary inquiries, with regard to the serious inconveniences that have occurred in the area where she performs her judicial duties, and as a result of certain public statements made by said magistrate regarding alleged subtle institutional interference and intimidation, allegations that proved to be unfounded following investigations in this regard”. www.csm.it
Diliberti-aligned Deputy Chairman of the commission, Mrs. Vacca, explained that: “Her excessive, unfounded and extremely serious allegations (namely Forleo’s, Ed) have caused concern in judicial circles and have been detrimental to the image of the Milan magistrates, who have felt offended. Our problem is to restore tranquillity to the judicial offices in Milan. Vacca assures everyone that: ”Our actions are certainly not motivated by any wish to persecute Forleo” while, at the same time, issuing a very harsh judgement against the Milan magistrate and Catazaro Public Prosecutor Luigi De Magistris, in whose case another judgement is due to be announced in the near future, and by the very same First Commission: “They are bad magistrates”. “To say that ‘I mentioned D’Alema’s name and that is why they are hounding me’ is not a syllogism that could, perhaps, be valid. This constitutes judicial impropriety and such behaviour is destructive. The magistrates are there to conduct inquiries and not to play the role of heroes, otherwise they become negative figures”.
My dear Oliviero, do you have anything further to add, or are you too busy with Ballarò (TV show)?
The SCM must either change its name to Upper Council of the Magistrature under Political Tutorship, or the CSMTP, or it must be accountable to its real employer, namely the citizens. Council sittings, such as the one in which courageous magistrates like Dr. Forleo are being disciplined, and inquiries like the one regarding Unipol are being swept under the carpet, must be made open to the public. Go Clementina, you are not alone.
I invite all of you to express your opinion regarding the First Commission’s decision by writing directly to the Chairman of the CSM, Giorgio Napolitano: click here.

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Tu ti pronunci spesso su itemi di "sicurezza" e spesso gli uomini politici ti fanno eco specialmente quelli che vanno da Bossi a Veltroni a Mastella. E' una vasta gamma di politici che si battono per la nostra "sicurezza", per non parlare di George Bush che si preoccupa della sicurezza di tutti.
Adesso io vorrei che una volta ogni tanto ti esprimessi sulla sicurezza sul lavoro che sembra un tema attuale. Sembra che per i politici questa parola non va applicata in questo tipo di esistenza. Forse perche questo non e' tempo dell' operaio ma del padronato.
Insomma quello che mi disgusta e' che quiei pezzi di parassiti che mangiano sulle spalle di chi sgobba non si pronincino od agiscano su questo tema. E poi vogliono la "Fiducia"! Io gli darei un mucchio di calci dove gli farebbe piu male, e poi mandarli a lavorare.

Posted by: Sante Camo | December 7, 2007 09:04 PM

Hello everyone,
That in Italy appearance is more important than substance was a very well known fact.
I am just eager to ascertain how low of LCD is Italy willing to accept and tolerate before the apathy wears too thin.
Italian Citizens are used and abused by their own Political Administrators constantly, although the current Government doesn’t have the support they wrongly assume to have, the miserable displays of Political Incompetence continue unabated.
Meanwhile Legal and Illegal immigration is way out of any Italian Institution Control, Italian Citizen get raped killed robbed and the worst part is they get away with all of the above.
They concocted just another worthless law on Security!
The Non-functional Italian Justice System will not implement like the hundreds before it.
The astonishing thing paraded to World about Italy and the Italian Institution, is the fact Citizens have No Control or say on anything that regard them.
With no end is site, more Parties on the way, Incompetent and Incapable Politicians are beating at the doorstep of Italian voters, just to get a shot at Disneyland called Government.
The future looks bright wear dark shades.

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | December 7, 2007 07:07 PM

ciao PEPPE GRILLO , je suis italien à l'estero ;) né en france , j'ais vu ton engagement sur des vidéo YOUTUBE , cela m'a pris aux trippes ton coup de gueule au parlement europeen , bravo!!!
je suis originaire de chiaravalle provincia CATANZARO par mes parents , tes coups de gueule , et ton engagement , résonnent en moi
et me conforte dans mon travail d'artiste peintre , car je suis aussi tres engagés dans mes thèmes , mon prochain thème est basé sur
les maux de ce pays que j'aimes , l'Italie ,et ces maux n'ont qu'un responsable , la MAFIA
qui pourrie tout , voila ce que l'on verra sur ma toile ,
j'espère que tu continuera le combat jusqu'au bout et te souhaite pleins de bonnes choses pour la suite ,
grazie mille PEPPE d'exister !!
je met ton site en lien sur le mien ,
FORZZA E VA FAN CULO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: GARI | December 7, 2007 04:40 PM

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